SPECIFIC PECULARITIES OF AMERICAN ENGLISH IDIOMS
Keywords:Idioms, comparison, expression, idiom-a week, sorting, memory, category
Idioms are a set of words that have a different meaning than the words that make up the collection. Idioms abound in American English, as in any other language, especially in colloquial speech. Idioms enrich the language by creating images that convey meanings beyond the individual words they consist of. Idioms are related to culture, revealing information about the history, culture and attitude of users. This is due to the fact that most idioms have evolved over time under the influence of behavior, beliefs and other elements of other cultures. As culture develops, the words used to define it also change.